Jurassic Park — Using Theme to Craft Character

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Jura ssic Park is a great example of how theme can be used to design a cohesive and powerful story. Author Michael Crichton and screenwriter David Koepp use the theme as the DNA of the story, creating interesting characters with opposing viewpoints that explore the question at the heart of the film: Is everything we call “progress” actually progress?

Michael Crichton Interview: http://jurassicpark.wikia.com/wiki/Beyon d_Jurassic_Park_interview

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